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okay. do you think it was hot today? it's about to get even hotter. >> we begin with that heat advisory in effect for most of the bay area. the view from our live cams, take a look. clear skies tonight. temperatures still in the 70s for many of us. let's bring in our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. jeff, weekend. what are you seeing? >> well, we are looking at temperatures that could go as hot as 105 degrees. you can see right now out ahead of the hottest day in the seven-day forecast, still holding on to 78 in concord, 73
in morgan hill. that heat advisory in effect for everyone except for the coastline. that's where those temperatures will range 95 to 105. remember to drink the water. also not forget those pets. not only the heat but the fire danger. brand-new issued red flag fire warning for the hills of the northeast and also for the south bay, primarily at 1,000 feet and above. that's where we could see winds hit about 40 miles per hour. no barbecuing. no outdoor burning or fireworks of any kind. temperatures are going to rise fast. check this out. 83 degrees at 10:00 a.m. that's what our normal daytime high is this time of the year. then once we hit 1:00 p.m., 96. 102 at 3:00 p.m. a big change by sunday and monday at 11:19. >> thank you, jeff. pride, alameda county fire,. a busy weekend quintana continu coverage in downtown san jose.
a lot of people out in the heat. >> reporter: yeah, there were a lot of people who were out tonight at the music festival in downtown san jose. but there weren't a whole lot of people dancing because it was just too hot. of course the dry conditions are also a concern for all the fire agencies across the bay area. ♪ as the band played, the audience keeps the beat with fans. >> these were good promotional thing for today. it's like 90 degrees out here, so -- >> reporter: that heat and the low humidity can be a concern. vida cortez is a camp counselor. she shared some advice they give their camp kids. >> don't exert yourself too much. stay cool. drink plenty of liquids, and ice cream always helps. >> reporter: keeping hydrated isn't the only worry. with the july 4th weekend around the corner, area fire departments are already getting reports about illegal fireworks. these are security camerawn san.
>> is it more critical weekend when we're going into red flag warnings and humidity, absolutely. one little fire work last weekend might not have started a fire, this weekend could start a major fire. >> reporter: the san jose fire department relaunched an app allowing people to report illegal fireworks and upload pictures and video for evidence. this afternoon several fire crews across the bay area stopped to a number of vegetation fires. in the east bay, the peninsula and san francisco, all of them are out tonight. sergio quintana, nbc bay area news. >> you can track those rising temperatures whenever and wherever you want. all you need is our free nbc bay area app. >> you can see it, and you can hear it. a crowd of people running terrified really after a gunshot at a party in the east bay. this is cell phone video capturing the chaos. it happened at the san leandro
marina. this event original anyway supposed to have about 200 people. after word got out on social media, it ballooned to about 700 people. police say someone fired a gun in the air. our nbc bay area sky ranger was overhead. thankfully no one was hurt. that party was quickly shut down. major delays on b.a.r.t. tonight because of a small fire. the civic center b.a.r.t. station in san francisco was evacuated because of smoke and fire on the platform level. it happened just after 7:00 this evening. the station was reopened about 30 minutes later. that fire was caused by a discarded cigarette. a massive tent city for illegal immigrants. that's what could be in store for the bay area. a confidential memo obtained by "time" magazine says the navy may be planning on housing undocumented migrant families at the old concord naval weapons station. news that came as a surprise to local lawmakers. nbc bay area's cheryl hurd is live in concord. cheryl, those lawmakers not onboard with this idea. >> reporter: that's right.
and there's a lot we don't know about this short list the navy has apparently put out. but news is traveling quickly and opinions vary. >> if it's going to be a detention center, why can't they build it somewhere else? >> reporter: concord residents have mixed emotions about plans to build a detention camp the at the concord naval weapons station. >> just a family trying to be here and trying to reunite, trying to make a better living for themself, i think they should have that opportunity. if it takes them being here for a month or so, i think that should be an option. >> reporter: "time" magazine obtained a memo showing the u.s. navy is drafting plans to build a detention camp capable of housing as many as 47,000 immigrants on the grounds of the concord naval weapons station. local lawmakers just finding out about being on a short list of locations, and tonight they are reacting. >> we don't want to be part of it. this is bad for our country, bad for our state, bad for our county, bad for our community. >> reporter: representative mark
desaesaulnier, democrat, concor also has a strong reaction from washington, d.c. >> this is not acceptable. it's not acceptable because it's not practical, and we don't want to be part of this unethical and immore poli immoral policy that the administration is pursuing. >> reporter: the navy issuing a statement saying it would be inappropriate to discuss internal planning documents. the mayor of concord was shocked by the news. he is hoping for more information next week. now, i did speak with a number of local republicans tonight, and they were really leery about giving their opinion. they just want more information. reporting live in concord, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> cheryl, thank you. as we wait for a decision regarding concord, all eyes are on the white house and capitol hill this evening. lawmakers have left washington, d.c. without passing an immigration bill. but the more immediate concern, what about the children? some of them have been reunited with their parents, but there's
still a lot of conclusion. nbc bay area's ian cull joins us. ian, this is expected to be a hectic weekend. how many kids are we talking about at this hour? >> reporter: that's part of the confusion. the kids back with their parents now were likely detained at the border in the past 72 hours. but there are 2,000 plus children in the custody of health and human services, some spread out across the country. those reunifications could take more than a month. tonight some reunions are under way. 7-year-old darwin seeing his guatemalan mother for the first time in a month after she sued the doj to get him back. i started crying when i saw him because he's the only child i have, she says. he's one of about 500 migrant kids the government says has been given back to their parents, but another 2,000 or so are still in limbo. today senator kamala harris touring a detention senator for mothers in san diego. the former prosecutor describes what she saw as a prison. >> this administration brought it upon itself to create a zero
tolerance policy while vilifying a group of people who have traveled through countries seeking asylum, fleeing murder capitals of the world. >> reporter: but today president trump with a message of his own. standing with those whose loved ones were killed by undocumented immigrants, people he says are the most affected by flawed immigration policies. >> they're not separated for a day or two days. they are permanently separated. >> reporter: the president also tweeting republicans should stop wasting their time on immigration until after we elect more senators and congressmen and women in november. critics argue it hurts any chance of passing a bill the house is set to vote on next week. the hhs says each child will get a number to identify them rougthut the process and says the vast majority of them will be reunited with family. ian cull, nbc bay area news. >> it's a very emotional time. thank you, ian. our coverage does continue online at nbcbayarea.com. we have an entire section
dedicated to this immigration crisis. a live look outside at san francisco where hundreds of thousands of people are in town for pride weekend. activism will be in full swing and security will be tight. nbc bay area's jean elle is live near civic center plaza. >> reporter: tonight it is lit up in the colors of the transgender flag. take a look. city hall glowing tonight. this weekend is all about celebrating diversity. people are making political statements and taking part in one of a kind events. ♪ pride colors flying like never before. intel launches its first ever indoor drone light show. wowing the tech and music crowd as internationally claimed cellist tina guo sets the tone, a unique event kicking off pride weekend. >> everybody is accepted and can be their authentic selves.
it's nice to see that energ this city. >> reporter: for many, pride is a time to stand up for equal rights. thousands hit the streets for the trans march. a coffin was carried in honor of roxana hernandez, who died in i.c.e. custody. >> what happened to roxana, that can happen to any of us. >> reporter: the u.s. granted her asylum. she and others marching say they timely feel safe in america. they're concerned other trans women from central and south america will be mistreated in detention or turned away and face danger. >> we know that with trump administration, we are at risk of probably to lose our asylum. >> reporter: with hundreds of thousands of people in san francisco taking part in pride events all weekend, san francisco police say extra security measures are in place. more officers will be on patrol,
and those attending events at civic center plaza will pass through metal detectors or be screened with handheld wands. the pride celebration here at civic center plaza begins tomorrow at noon. of course the parade is on sunday. it's expected to be a hot weekend. organizers are urging everyone to drink lots of water. reporting live in san francisco, jean elle, nbc bay area news. >> thanks, jean. the highlight of san francisco pride for many is the parade down market street. it's also the biggest event of the weekend. here's a sneak peek at some of the floats which are being stored at pier 54. among that, the nbc bay area float as well. by the way, the parade kicks off sunday morning, 10:30. >> it's going to be fun. still ahead at 11:00, tracking your every move through your cell phone. the big decision the supreme court made today about privacy. and help wanted. the unusual thing the santa cruz beach boardwalk is doing to fill
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new at 11:00, a shake-up at netflix. the company fired its chief communications officer after at least two incidents in which he used the n-word. jonathan friedland announced his departure on twitter today, saying he felt awful about the distress he's caused. netflix's ceo says friedland used the n-word in a meeting and just a few days later when two black employees in hr were trying to help him deal with the original offee. word for dnal.y a follow up on a deadly car crash involving a self-driving uber in arizona. the woman behind the wheel was watching a tv show. rafael la vazquez could face charges. she slammed into a lane hirschburg and killed her as she walked her bike across the road. police say it wasimpact. uber suspended allself-driving operations after that carash,
including operations in san francisco. we can be tracked by our cell phones, but should cops and the government be allowed to track us? today the supreme court voted 5-4 to force police officers to get a search warrant before they can track us. our business and tech reporter says the reaction to this big decision has been mixed. >> reporter: no matter where you stand or where you sit, you can be found thanks to your smartphone because these mini computers we carry around with us track our locations all the time. but the supreme court just made it tougher for law enforcement to get access to that data. >> anyone who wants to find you needs to get a warrant to get your location as opposed to it being a continuous service they can just go look up at any time. >> reporter: in its the high court cited both privacy concerns and legal coer am doing for no reason. >> you know, it's a real quandary. i could see it either way. certainly privacy is important to people. on the other hand, i really have
nothing to hide from anyone, and don't really care. >> reporter: but those worried about constant tracking called the decision a victory for digital privacy. >> i think what you're seeing across the industry is a huge shift towards respecting people's right to choose where their data goes. >> reporter: scott budman, nbc bay area news. calling on younger workers. an apparent worker santa cruz has a popular amusement park looking to hire younger employees. teens as young as 14 can now apply for jobs on the boardwalk. they can make anywhere from $11 to $15 an hour too. >> this is normally their first job, so they're so excited to learn the ropes, understand what it takes to be successful in the workplace, and we're excited to teach them. >> there are some limits. teens can't work past 9:00 in the evening or overtime. but they can work in a you don't want to play on ott boardwalk, maybe if you're heading to the water, swim or surf at your own risk.
that's the message from santa cruz county sheriff's office after a shark was spotted off the coast. warning signs are now up along the beach and trail heads in the area. deputies also notified the seascape resort and aptos. just last weekend you may remember a 5-year-old great white shark washed ashore near that resort. we mentioned all the big events across the bay area this weekend. really a lot of concern, especially in the east bay, at the alameda county fair. paramedics say they take at least two people each day to the hospital for heat exhaustion. with the temperatures reaching 100 degrees and higher tomorrow, those hospital visits could be on the rise. we were there today as paramedics treated a pregnant woman and a woman in her 80s for dehydration and fatigue. just be careful out there. >> and the tough part about the fair is unless you're visiting the animal section, there's not a lot of shade. if you're out by the rides, you're out in the middle of the sun. >> a good point. you go on a ride, you get dizzy. you're thinking is it from the ride or the heat?
make sure you have plenty of water. usually the best advice, if you feel thirsty, you're already some sort of dehydrated. keep the water bottle handy. those cool fan misters they have, that's also a good thing to get. red flag fire warning that is now posted for saturday right until sunday evening. we want to get this out here because it is for the hills of the northeast and south bay. primarily at 1,000 feet and above. that's where we could see occasional gusts hitting 40 miles per hour. be very careful if you're using your barbecue. it's really not recommended in this kind of weather. no outdoor burning and no fireworks at all across the bay area. so let's take you into tomorrow morning's weather. with the heat building in, it's going to be nice and mild to start. clear skies. no fog. 71 in the south bay. 73 in the tri-valley. you also have some 70s here across the north bay. fog-free conditions in san francisco. if you're here visiting, you lucked out. we've got some great weather for you in sf. also the east bay, 73 degrees. temperatures on a rise tomorrow
by about four to eight degrees. that's going to be good enough in the south bay to put us in the low 100s. right on down to morgan hill and gilroy, that will be the hottest. not quite as hot in san jose but still a very warm day. you get a little bit of that breeze off the bay and that will chemotherapy you o keep you out of the triple digits. contra costa, alameda counties, drink the water. limit your outdoor exposure. 105 in concord. 102 in livermore. also 104 in danville. not a bad idea to check on thos elderly neighbors as well. over to oakland, wind off the water will get us to 84 degrees. not quite as hot there. for the peninsula, widespread temperatures. look at this. a chilly 69 at half moon bay. then over to redwood city, you're at 93. also warm inateo at 90. san francisco, a little bit of everything tomorrow. go near the coastline, you're at 68 in the outer sunset. embarcadero, right over to the
ferry building, you're at 78. then in the mission, you're at a warm 80. so if you're here visiting for pride, just know fog-free conditions tomorrow morning. we'll be at 68 at 10:00 a.m., and then we'll hit that warmer 80 at 3:00 p.m. under those sunny skies. and in the north bay, the one spot we're concerned about is in sonoma. 100 degrees. that's where we have nascar happening here with the toyota savemart 350. 85 degrees at 10:00 a.m. 100 once we hit 3:00 p.m. forecast has some changes. once we hit sunday, i'm seeing fog build in in the evening hours. that will help drop our temperatures. 72 in san francisco. 60s next week. for cities away from the coast, we're banking on that breeze at the coast to drop our temperature down to 90 on sunday, 80 on monday. and by next wednesday, we're at 78. it's good if you got a birthday next monday or wednesday. just saying. >> who would have that? >> i'm wednesday. she's monday. >> wednesday and monday.
happy early birthday. >> we're both cancers. we're so alike. >> we are. >> we have ice cream in the newsroom. thanks, jeff. up next, it may have been right in front of them the whole time. the well known virus that's now being used to treat an aggressive form of cancer. and we have jimmy. >> hey, guys, seth guest tonight, plus we have dominic cooper. magic from penn & teller and thank you notes. it's a great show. do not change the channel. and happening now on our twitter feed, tv personality anthony bourdain who committed suicide in a hotel room in france earlier this month had no narcotics or alcohol in his boibody when he died. that's according to a french prosecutor. bourdain was 61 years old. and bpaying tribute to north ba fire victims. first responders and local heroes will be honored on the track. we're back in a moment. plus, ne
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potentially life threatening new at 11:00 tonight, an unusual solution to a potentially life-threatening problem. using herpes to fight cancer. an arizona doctor is having success using that virus to attack aggressive cancers. it's not the virus exactly associated with a cold sore or a sexually transmitted disease. it's a modified version of the virus that can be safely injected into a tumor where it teaches the immune system to do what it's already trained to do -- fight off alien bacteria and viruses. there's some encouraging news about traffic safety in san jose. crashes have been on the decline for the last 30 years. not just by a little bit here. crashes where someone was killed
or hurt are down more than 70%. that's according to the transportation system safety report which found there were 450 major crashes last year. not your average ride. check out what's rolling around in the east bay. the east dublin/pleasanton b.a.r.t. station, a self-driving shuttle bus. the livermore transit authority is behind this project. the plan is to use the shuttle to get people from b.a.r.t. to nearby shopping and entertainment. the test program is expected to last a couple years. >> i'm going to go try it. >> you in? >> i'll take some video. up next, the big matches tomorrow morning. we'll check in with the world cup and for the giants and a's tonight. stay with us.
okay. orange friday at the ballpark. the giants taking on the padres right here on nbc bay area. >> you hear some of the moaning and growning. >> you heard you. >> hot weather across the bay area, but giants fans dressed for the cold. bottom of seventh, sandoval with a two out rbi. it gets the giants close, within one run of the padres. san diego would then break it open in the ninth inning. that giants bullpen going to
need some help. padres win 6-2. the series continues through the weekend. in chicago, the as and white sox, a rare double-header. game one, the a's crush chicago 11-2. game two, though, matt olson, we'll see him in a short while. his 16th home run of the season. the white sox win this game 6-4. bottom line, the as and sox end up splitting the double-header. bright and early tomorrow morning it is the big, big match. me get ready for a wild weekend at the copa mundial. here's gabriel sotelo from our sister station. >> happy copa mundial friday everyone as the second round of group games comes to a close, the stakes are higher. at 4:00 in the morning, belgium will look to eliminate tunisia and punch their ticket to the next round. then at 7:30, mexico coming off that great win against the world champs. they'll look to continue their forward momentum against south korea. then at 10:30, germany looks to
stay alive in this world cup. they face sweden and the pressure is on for the germans who look to break the skucurse the returning champions. for those against the video referee, here's a perfect reason we need it. look at this that was luckily the ref got a call from the people in the video room, and the call was overturned. thank god. enjoy your copa mundial weekend. raj, jessica, back to you. >> you can't flop. there's no flopping in the newsroom either. we're back in a moment with the new store at santana row. we'll explain. hi! are you two getting along? oh, yeah, yeah. [ hiss ] [ gasps ] [ birds chirping]
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. check it out. a line stretching all the way around the building. what would bring people in san, santana row store is the first course. one to open in northern california. there's hello kitty. she's drawing people of all ages. there's treats, toys, memorabilia. why would they pick san jose? the parent company has ties to the south bay. the company opened its first
u.s. store more than 30 years ago at the east ridge mall. that cake looks so good. >> we love hello kitty. jessica was missing from the newsroom for about two hours tonight. >> hello kitty birthday there monday. >> have a great weekend. thanks for joining us. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefellent tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- seth meyers, dominic cooper,